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Albert County
World War I & II
Photo Album
and
Stories
 
 
It you have a photo or a story to share with us about a veteran born or lived in Albert County please feel free to contact me at Our Ancestors of Albert County
 
In Memories of Our Veterans
 
 

Gordon Colby Crocker "World War I"
Gordon Colby Crocker on the right
from Betty (Crocker) Lumsden Photo Album

Gordon Colby Crocker
  born 1898  -  died 1931 
Fought in World War I at the Battle for Hill #70 (near the city of Lens, France). 
He is shown on the far right with four other amputees, all recuperating from their wounds at a hospital in London, England. Coincidentally, Gordon's older brother, Willis, was recuperating at the same time in England from his war injuries.`` They were the sons of Henry Weston and Margaret (Carnwath) Crocker of Hopewell Cape. Gordon is buried at Riverview Cemetery at Edgett's Landing.  

World War I Photos

William Henry (Willis) Crocker World War I
William Henry (Willis) Crocker World War I
Submitted by Betty (Crocker) Lumsden

William Henry Crocker (Willis)   

1892 - 1988 

Brother of

Gordon Crocker

 

 Submitted by: Betty (Crocker) Lumsden  

 

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Frank Osborne Sr. WW I 1894-1950
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Submitted by: Frank Osborne 3rd

The picture was taken in Albert County NB. just before he sailed for France in WW1; aboard the SS Olympic; (which was the sister ship to the SS Titanic which hit an iceberg with much loss of life). He served 23 months with the 1st Canadian Vet Hospital. He was a blacksmith and horse shoe finisher; so he serviced all the ambulance and transport mules as well as the army horses for the troops; because this was before they acquired motor vehicles.

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World War II Photos

Francis Duffy Served in WW II
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from Geldart Family Photos

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Donahue Rossiter Served in WW II
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from Geldart family photo album

Donahue (Donnie) Rossiter
 son of
James Leo (Jim) Rossiter & Anna L. Doyle
 brothers 
 Hillyard Rossiter - Cestertd Rossiter &
Harris O Rossiter born 1930 
 sister
Annie Rossiter 
Donahue (Donnie) married Bertha from Riverview,
 

Clement Fenton Served in WW II
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from Geldart family photo album

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Hillyard Rossiter Served in WW II
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from Geldart family photo album
Hillyard Rossiter married his war bride Agnes___ overseas in Scotland

Kenneth Ennoweese McLellan WW II never served O.S.
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from Geldart family photo album

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Ronald Butland WW II Never severed O.S.
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from Geldart family photo album

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Tracy Black served in WW II
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from Geldart family photo album

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Walter Beanman served in WW II
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from Geldart family photo album
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William (Billy) Shannon served in WW II
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from Geldart family photo album

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Eldon Ora (Bud) Geldart served WW II
Eldon Ora (Bud) Geldart
from Geldart family photo album
Eldon Ora Geldart
born 12 Oct 1922
in West River, ALbert County N.B.
Died 24 Mar 2006
in Ottawa, Ontario
son of
Clifford Eldon Geldart
&
Josie V. Marks
Eldon O Geldart
also served in the Koreon War
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World War I & II
Stories
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 War Brides
of
Canadians
in
Albert County
New Brunswick

Francis Duffy Served in WW II with his War Bride
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Francis Duffy Served in WW II with his War Bride Thabita Mazirel 

Francis Duffy Born Feb 12, 1922 in Germantown, NB

 Died in Oshawa and buried

Francis was also nicknamed "Duffy"

Thabita Mazirel Born Feb 13, 1928 Born in Holland

They married in Holland Jan. 14, 1945?

Francis returned to Canada then later she joined him and they began their life together in Germantown NB. They had one child a girl born in Germantown, and then in the 60's they moved to Ontario and had two more children where they resided.

 

Hillyard Rossiter from Albert County married overseas to his bride Anges in Scotland

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